Is This Voice Saying 'Yanny' or 'Laurel?'

Is This Voice Saying 'Yanny' or 'Laurel?'

Is This Voice Saying 'Yanny' or 'Laurel?'

The internet was seemingly split Tuesday when a circulating audio clip asked listeners to choose: Do they hear "Yanny?"

The latest debate on social media is all about "Yanny vs. Laurel" and celebs are debating what they hear in this clip that is spreading like insane!

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"My wife heard yanny".

To sum it up, different people hear sounds in different pitches, which is why the Internet couldn't decide on which word, "Yanny" or "Laurel", the recording was saying. "What's the science behind that?" "They are saying they hear "yanny" because they want attention...." another chimed in.

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"Yanny.... I listened 10 times and cant figure out how anyone hears laurel", one person Tweeted.

I'm assuming they combined the high frequencies of "Yanny" with the lower frequencies of "Laurel" (with some overlap), and the two words are phonetically similar enough for this to work. Plz send help and also tell us what you hear in the comments down below. "This is a case for the Federal Bureau of Investigation", one Twitter user wrote.

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